It sounds like you have Regina plastered all over your bike. Are you sponsored by them?Randy 44 said:Most people use Regina. It's way better than the cheap chain that the chinese bikes come with. I don't know of any other that's better than Regina.
torisboy said:What kind of test did you run?
The cheaper chains (like the discount, low-grade stuff) just wore out and broke quickly (and we're far better than most at keeping them well-lubed). Two brands were so bad we could twist them in knots with our bare hands with very little effort.
milicron said:what type of lube do you recommend? a lighter oil for less resistance or a heavier oil with more staying power? I too believe in keeping things well lubed like those two in my avitar. haha :1pimp
+1 I just started using bar & chain oil, works great.RoboCop said:. . . Chainsaw Bar & Chain oil like Stihl or Husqvarna, lots of advantages like clings well and is made for high stress, high heat applications.
Since we switched we've had no problems or complaints, chain spins effortlessly and comes off the track almost as wet as it went on... just wipe the excess off after applying a fresh squirt!
I don't think either one of those companies make chain, I think the the brand he's referring to is KMC. At least thats what I got when I ordered "zocchi/bizeta" chain.MinimotoPilot said:BZM / Zocchi chain? That's definitely news to me. I must have one!